Late Harvest wines, better known as late harvest wines, are characteristic wines for their sweet touch, are used as aperitifs and usually served with desserts. Produced from grapes that are left on the vines after the normal harvest, which causes dehydration in the grape and consequently an increase in the concentration of sucrose in it. Of the different production methods of this wine, the most traditional is “noble rot”. Some of the most famous natural sweet wines are produced in this way, among which the French Sauternes and the Hungarians Tokaji stand out. Currently, these wines are already produced throughout the region of Europe.